PublisherAssociated Artists Productions & Famous Studios Productions
Popeye the Sailor snores while he sleeps, which disturbs Mouse, who is also trying to sleep. A war breaks out between Popeye and Mouse which Mouse eventually wins. Animation by Al Eugster and George Germanetti. Story by Irving Spector. Music by Winston Sharples. Produced in 1952.
December 20, 2017 Subject:
quisiera saber si este dibujo animado es de dominio publico ya que quiero retransmitirlo por un canal de televisión local agradezco su colaboración con información verídica.
April 4, 2016 Subject:
This is so funny. Love to watch this
December 31, 2009 Subject:
I can't comment on the picture quality of this upload. However, I did see it somewhere else. OK cartoon, sorta repeats itself but OK.
December 8, 2009 Subject:
truely a good one
Happy Birthday E.C. Segar
June 18, 2007 Subject:
Is This REALLY Public Domain???
I would like to use this clip in a retail dvd and need to double check the rights to this footage. I need to know who posted this clip and if they have the rights or liscenses to this footage. Please contact me at Nquavah@aol.com and of course like almost everything in this business I need to get an answer asap. HELP!!!
December 22, 2006 Subject:
April 30, 2006 Subject:
I canÂt stands no more!
Popeye vs a mouse this time. Popeye is sleeping, and his snoring is bothering a mouse that lives in the house with him. Mouse tries various methods of getting rid of the snoring, (by getting rid of Popeye) but, unfortunately, all his plans come to naught. Popeye is not really appreciative of the mouseÂs attempts either, and HE tries to get rid of the mouse too. Pretty soon, spinach gets involved, and one of them meets an unexpected end!
Not bad, like the catch 22 going on here, where the mouse is sort of the good guy, even though it IS PopeyeÂs house.
October 8, 2005 Subject:
This is a great movie. Popeye has always been my favorite cartoon character!
The previous viewer complained about 'no sound' in the MPEG2 version...well,many of the MPEG2 archives in this website does not contain sound track. If you have Final Cut Pro, or some other video editing softwares, you can download the MPEG4 version, which usually including sound track, then you can extract from it and combine with the MPEG2 video - in the video editing softwares.
September 22, 2005 Subject:
Looks fine, but I burned the MPG2 to disc and tried it on two different players -- in both instances, no audio. Anyone else have luck with this?